A small city definitely has its advantages and so no matter where you live in Norwich and its surrounding areas, UEA is easily accessible. If you're on campus, there are many transport links to the rest of Norwich, and getting to campus – if you live off site – couldn't be easier with bus routes, cycle lanes and tree-lined walkways linking UEA to the rest of the city.
The bus service between the University and the railway station via the city centre runs throughout the day and most of the night. Annual bus passes offering unlimited travel in the Norwich area cost only £215, which represents a very significant saving for most students.
Parking space on campus is at a premium, and in line with our ambition to be a 'low carbon campus' we discourage students from bringing a car with them unless it is an absolute necessity.
However Norwich and the county of Norfolk have great transport links to the rest of the UK and beyond and we even have our own travel agent on campus to aid your plans. Norwich International Airport operates regular daily flights, within Europe, and to the rest of the world via Amsterdam, and the Greater Anglia rail service can get to you to London in under two hours.